Henry Ford was very fond of square-dancing, and he encouraged or forced his family and many times his employees to enjoy it as well. He hated Jazz and felt that is was the result of the lessoning of morals and the destruction of society. Thomas Edison did not agree totally with him, but when Henry Ford sent his old time band to the studio, Edison had them recorded. This cylinder is one of these records from the mid 1920's
October 16, 2008 Subject:
Henry Ford's notorious writings on race and eugenics inspired Adolf Hitler, who had a portrait of Ford behind his desk. One would have thought this contributed more to the lessening of morals and the destruction of society than jazz.
May 9, 2005 Subject:
OK, we get the point II
Just listened to a repetitious song, and then I heard this! This is the most repetitious song ever, to the point of tediousness. This song, which is something you'd hear in a music box, does nothing but repeat itself over and over. Meh.